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♪ it's friday, november 11th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." thousands of protesters take to the streets nationwide for another night of demonstrations against president-elect donald trump. but in portland, a peaceful march turned violent. gearing up for the transition, president-elect donald trump goes from a meeting at the white house with president obama to capitol hill to meet with congressional leaders to map out a republican agenda. a post-election hike helped cheer up a hillary clinton supporter. it wasn't the fresh air that brought a smile to her face. but who she ran into during her
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walk through the woods. good morning, from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york, i'm anne-marie greene. well, as donald trump campaign prepares to become the trump administration, there was another round of demonstrations protesting his stunning election. police in portland, oregon, say the protests there escalated into a riot that eventually anarchists hijacked and anti-trump -- hijacked the anti-trump protest. now, cole miller is reporting -- is a reporter from our portland station. he's covering the demonstrations. cole you were actually hit by a rubber bullet fired by police. what is the situation like there now? >> well, anne-marie, good morning. we saw a lot of rubber
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projectiles being used after demand by demand from police officers, asking these demonstrators, these protesters to move. i did get hit by one. what we saw in the last couple of minutes is portland police officers, oregon state police officers, the local sheriff's office boxed in the group of protesters that is right here in the heart of downtown portland. that's where we are now. this is the demonstrations began about 5:00 pacific time. and they went all around the city. we saw them marching across some of the major bridges here in town. and we also saw a lot of vandalism, as well. so this was dubbed a peaceful protest. really it was for most of the night until we saw what the portland police bureau is calling an anarchist group. that's what we kind of see out here now, this fringe element out here now dragging newsstands into the streets, lighting fires on top of these newsstands. throwing glass bottles at officers from on the ground, and then from parking structures, as well here in downtown portland. again, what was supposed to be a
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peaceful protest, 4,000 people at one point, has really turned into a riot. again, storefronts vandalized. windows shattered. projectiles thrown at officers. live. i'm not sure if we're live right now you can see the police presence now. this is the heart of downtown portland. they made arrests here just minutes ago. they've got the van here. i'm assuming they'll be putting people into that van. all night, again, really just pure unrest. and this is by far one of the wildest and worst protests i've ever seen. but again portland police saying it was this fringe element, these anarchists who caused all this trouble tonight. >> all right cole miller in portland. stay safe. thank you very much. well, the president-elect is back in new york today after meeting with president obama and congressional leaders in washington. after his meeting with speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, trump laid out the priorities for his
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presidency. with the help of a republican controlled congress, trump wants to repeal the affordable care act, undo some of the immigration reform president obama has enacted, and create jobs. hena daniels is at trump tower here in new york with more on that. good morning. >> good morning. barricades now border the exterior of trump tower. they're expected to be here until president-elect trump moves to the white house on inauguration day. another new addition to the neighborhood, an nypd security booth and members of the department's disorder control unit looking on. demonstrators in oakland, l.a., and portland brought traffic to a standstill overnight. still angry over donald trump's stunning election. >> i just think he's hateful, and misogynist and racist. >> i am undocumented. and i am very afraid. >> reporter: as tensions escalated this man, brandishing a weapon, confronted
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demonstrators. >> we're calling 911 right now. >> reporter: this woman was captured on cell phone video throwing detergent on those blocking roadways. >> we don't care! >> reporter: president-elect trump took to twitter late yesterday. branding his opponent as professional protesters, incited by the media. >> we reject the president-elect! >> reporter: many have made their voices heard outside several cities including new york. >> no matter how you spin it, hillary was a better option than trump. >> reporter: amid the unrest, concrete barriers have been placed around president-elect trump's primary residence, here at the trump tower in new york. the extra security came after trump's one-on-one meeting with president obama at the white house yesterday. >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed. because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> reporter: trump also met with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan. >> i think we're going to do some absolutely spectacular
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things for the american people. >> reporter: president-elect trump's wife melania also had a private meeting with first lady michelle obama. they had tea. before melania trump was given a private tour of her new residence. anne-marie. >> hena daniels at trump towers here in new york city. vice president-elect mike pence met with vice president joe biden in his west wing office. now pence, who served in congress, has known biden for years. they discussed critical foreign policy issues. last night, pence, the current governor of indiana, returned home for the first time since tuesday's election. he asked supporters to pray that the divided country can be reunited. it's reported that russia had contact with the trump campaign before the election. a russian deputy foreign minister says the contact with the trump campaign continue. the senior russian official told the russian news agency interfax that the russian government is working to set up more formal
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channels to communicate with the trump administration. trump has dismissed suggestions that he had anything to do with the russian government during the campaign. a woman who says she was heartbroken about the election results had a surprise encounter with hillary and bill clinton. margo was on a hiking trail about 40 miles north of new york city yesterday, where the clintons have a home. she said all of a sudden there were the clintons, walking their dogs. she said as soon as she got over the shock, she said hello. >> i told her something along the lines of, you know, all i wanted to do all day yesterday was hug you and tell you how proud i was to bring my daughter with me to vote for you. and when i told her that she, you know, she seemed very happy and we hugged and just sort of had a nice very pleasant, very casual exchange. >> she said it was a special moment, and that president clinton took the picture. coming up on the "morning news" bridgegate showdown.
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♪ i've heard there was a secret chord that pleased the lord ♪ >> the ledge endary man of folk music has died. leonard cohen sang of spirituality and sexuality in his deep voice. hallelujah went from cult classic to a widely copied standard. cohen a native of canada released and album just last month. the canadian prime minister justin trudeau tweeted no other artist's music felt or sounded like leonard cohen's yet his work resonated across
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generations. canada and the world will miss him. leonard cohen was 82. there's a new call to impeach new jersey governor and pending legal trouble for donald trump. those are some of the headlines on the morning news stand. "the washington post" reports that donald trump's lawyers want to delay his fraud case until after his swearing-in. they say the president-elect is too busy to take part in the trump university case. the decision is up to the san diego judge who trump accused of bias because of his mexican heritage. the chicago tribune reports that trump has blocked reporters during the first day of his transition to the white house. he was entirely out of sight wednesday and turned down journalist requests to cover his washington meetings yesterday. that breaks a long-standing practice for incoming u.s. presidents. slate says facebook founder doesn't think fake news stories that were thread on the popular site affected the election. mark zuckerberg said voters make their decisions on lived experience. he noted that fabricated stories
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could be shared by either side. the oregonian reports the ballot for the state to secede. the article said oregon no longer shares values with the rest of the u.s. they need 1,000 signatures to draft the proposal. the ashbury park press says a m.j. lawmaker wants to impeach chris christie. the democratic senator claims the governor knew all along about bridgegate. a christie spokesman called it ridiculous. two christie aides were convicted last week of causing the traffic jam to punish a christie foe. and the detroit free press says michigan officials have been ordered to deliver bottled water to some flint residents. a federal judge says any home lacking a working water filter must receive regular deliveries. flint's water became tainted with lead two years ago while the city was under state management. still to come, following in the footsteps at the white house a look ahead to how melania
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mortgage rose to 2.88%. macy's is considering closing another 50 stores. macy's has already said it's closing 100 stores next year, balls of declining sales. so it's now struck a deal with a private investment firm to consider redeveloping at least 50 more stores. mostly in malls, not controlled by major property owners. macy's reported a third quarter sales drop of 4.2%. the new volkswagen golf will have gesture control. it is an option previously only available on high-end cars. gesture control allows drivers to control the infotainment system with the swipe of a hand, change the radio station, run through the play list without touching a button. it's pretty much a germophobe's dream. and it's veterans day and this is the day the country honors the men and women who served in the armed forces. it's also a time when major retailers like sears and macy's
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offer big sales on home goods, apparel and other items. the sales often run through the weekend and some of the best deals can be found online. also some good deals for veterans, as well. >> well that's good news. hopefully when you're out there shopping you take some time to remember the sacrifices that the veterans and their families have made for us. >> absolutely. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. well coming up on "cbs this morning" british billionaire sir richard branson, founder of the virgin group. but still ahead on the "morning news" holding court at the white house. the cleveland cavaliers celebrate their championship win with the president. >> your sleeves get tight -- >> can i carry that? >> can i rip them?
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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the cleveland cavaliers get the white house visit they earned by winning the nba championship. president obama, a chicago sports fan, said he enjoyed their record-setting finals comeback for an ulterior motive. >> by knocking off the warriors, they cemented the 1996 bulls as the greatest team of all time. so your president thanks you for that. >> the players and the first lady then did a mannequin challenge. social media pundits say lebron james actually blinked. does he? does he? oh, he does. but they noted that he did not blink in leading the cavs to their first title. most importantly. well the cavs weren't michelle obama's only guests yesterday. she hosted melania trump, giving her a preview of life in the white house. margaret brannen reports. >> reporter: melania trump will make history when she becomes first lady, the only one to grow up in a communist nation, the
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former yugoslavia. and only the second born abroad in nearly 200 years. the former fashion model who speaks five languages will soon have to decide how to use her new platform. according to anita mcbride, who served laura bush. >> i think that she's given us a little bit of a hint of what she thinks she would like to work on, and that is the issue of social media with young children. >> children and teenagers can be fragile. >> reporter: mrs. trump gave only two major speeches during the campaign. and one, her convention address, plagiarized from mrs. obama's 2008 speech. she'll follow the high profile first lady, who championed healthy eating and did star turns on late night television. >> it's a position description that gets rewritten with each person. and we will adapt to it. the white house will adapt to its new occupant, and the occupant will adapt to the white house, and so will americans. >> reporter: one thing in common, both will have raised young children in the white house. 10-year-old barron trump will be the youngest boy in the
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executive mansion since jfk jr. white house spokesman josh earnest. >> mrs. obama has talked before publicly about the stresses and anxieties of moving to a new place, living inside a fish bowl, living inside a museum and raising her family there. and i'm sure that mrs. trump is feeling many of those same anxieties. >> that was margaret brannen reporting. now secretary of state john kerry arrived in antarctica this morning. he is the highest ranking u.s. official to visit antarctica, and plans to visit the south pole, as well. during his two-day trip kerry will talk to scientists about climate change. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning" defense secretary ash carter. i'm anne-marie greene. this is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. demonstrations, protesting donald trump's election turned violent overnight in portland. police say they escalated into riots, and that eventually anarchists hijacked the anti-trump protests. there were also demonstrations in denver and oakland. and trump met with president obama in the oval office yesterday to discuss the transition. they talked for 90 minutes. the president said he'll do whatever he can to help trump succeed. trump called the president a good man. later trump met with speaker of the house paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. well, some people from mexico and central america, who are living here in this country, are deeply worried over the future, their future, under the trump presidency.
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carter evans has more. >> reporter: immigrants are determined to keep president-elect trump from following through on his campaign threat to deport millions, like yamilex rustriam. >> if i get deported tomorrow, i have nowhere to go. i have nowhere -- i obviously have family but i would feel lost. >> reporter: she's afraid her family will be ripped apart as so many were the last two times the u.s. government forced out immigrants en masse. >> it's a tough feeling not to know the person that is your father. this is my father. >> reporter: former u.s. congressman esteban torres' father was one of an estimated 2 million immigrants who were shipped out of the country as part of a government campaign to save american jobs during the great depression. it was called mexican repatriation. so they just rounded them all up? >> rounded them all up and shipped them back to their home country. >> reporter: just three years old, torres was allowed to stay
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in the u.s. with his mother, because he was born here. but roughly 60% of those sent across the border were american-born children. >> it was rough. i remember living in shacks, you know, my mother couldn't afford anything better. >> reporter: and it all happened again in the '50s during operation wet back, when another quarter million immigrants were sent back across the border. ucla professor raul hinojosa ojeda. >> it's a really dark part of u.s. history. these roundups did capture and break up families that have consequences even today. >> reporter: torres never saw his father again. >> they left me with a taste of how cruel authorities can be. >> reporter: he just hopes president trump doesn't repeat history. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> well coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at how president-elect trump and congress will work together to
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dismantle obamacare. plus only on "cbs this morning," norah speaks with defense secretary ash carter for his first interview since the election. and an exclusive talk with kelsey warner, the ceo of energy transfer partners, the company building the controversial dakota access pipeline. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie greene. have a great day.
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. (protests). >> turmoil over trump. protesters face the philadelphia streets for a second night. we'll show you the other cities seeing the same thing and the one protest that turned into a riot. disturbing signs, the way school district responding after several hateful messages are discovered in a high school. >> and an overnight shooting leaves teenager in the hospital. we'll tell you where the violence unfolded well today is friday, november 11, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo, it is veterans day, we will also tell you about freebies for those who have served. but first, a check on your morning forecast with katie and all the roads with meisha. >> good morning, happy veterans day, f

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